Stop Daydreaming; Just Show Commitment and You Will Live Your Dreams
Everybody wants to have a satisfying life but very few are committed to it
I remember sitting with one of my friends in office cafeteria discussing about various topics while having lunch.
Since I often struggle with making a conversation with new friends, I was trying my best to not to sound boring.
In the effort of engaging him with some common topics, I asked what’s your dream? On which he replied, “I want to travel the world. I like exploring and seeing different places in the world.”
I said, “Awesome! so what’s the plan? How can you make it happen for real?”
He went, “blank for a while and said let’s see how life takes me there.”
Most of the people have the same answer if you ask them, “How do you think your dreams will become a reality for you?”
I don’t blame my friend for not being clear about his plans to make his dreams a reality. That’s his life. Best of luck to him. But all I’m trying to say is that we all are wishers we are not doers.
Dreams Don’t Care About Your Wishes
Everyone wants to be rich.
There is no one who doesn’t want to travel the world or explore the riches of life to the fullest.
But wishes merely won’t make your dreams come true.
Dreams demand undivided attention. Believe it or not. They demand sleepless nights, putting the work in even when you don’t feel like it, and taking the risks which could cost you a lot.
In short, they want your whole life.
You can’t put the average effort and expect to have your dreams come true.
Similarly, you can’t expect the average results when you put exceptional hard work for your dreams.
Dreams are merciless in the demands. They demand fierce commitments and if you fail to be committed then they don’t care about you.